iOS 7 Apps Incoming Ahead of Official Launch

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iOS 7 is just a couple hours away from launching, where it’s expected to arrive around 1 PM Eastern time. However, app developers are already working hard pushing out updates to their apps before the new iOS version officially arrives. As we mentioned yesterday, apps that don’t fully support iOS 7 yet still use the […]

5 Reasons to Buy the Samsung Galaxy S4 Instead of a Cheap Galaxy S3

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is driving the trade in price for the Galaxy S3 down.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 release is still weeks away, and carriers are already cutting the prices on the Samsung Galaxy S3 to clear out inventory and lock customers into two-year contracts. While the Samsung Galaxy S3 is a good phone and continually makes our Best Phone of the Month list on most major carriers, it […]

Thoughts After a Day of Apple Update Frenzy

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Remember the days of old when upgrading a computer used to take a day if not more? Of course if you’re a gadget geek and you had multiple computers to update then you were looking at a considerable time investment to get things up to speed with whatever the latest and greatest. I used to […]

Android Play Store Now Supports Delta Updates for Smart App Updating

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It looks like Google may have recently enabled a new feature inside its Play Store for Android apps. Now, rather than having to download the full app with content, apps can be smartly updated with new features to allow users to save time, bandwidth, and data consumption when updating their apps, which is beneficial when […]

Don’t Install Android Security Updates While Browsing the Web

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Surfing the web on Android is relatively safe, but a new threat tricks users into installing a trojan that calls itself a security update. Symantec discovered the Android.Notcompatible threat this week, calling attention to the new threat of user-initiated drive by downloads. Malware is a problem on Android smartphones, but it is typically reserved for infected fake […]

5 Things I Hate About Android

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For everything Android does right, there are some things the platform can’t get right to save it’s life. I’ve been an Android user for years, and I still carry an Android device with me almost every day. After spending 6 months using both an iPhone and an Android smartphone I’ve settled on 5 things I […]

Apple Updates iBooks with Night Mode & More, and Also Updates Cards

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Apple updated two of its own apps – iBooks and Cards. With iBooks users can read eBooks and documents which they load on their iPhone. The update includes the ability to read in a night-time mode with white text on a black background. There’s also a new full-screen mode that lets you only see the […]

Google Works with Carriers, OEMs to Roll Out Software Updates Quicker

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In a bid to make the latest Android software release more accessible to more people in a timely manner so that you don’t have to wait six months after Gingerbread was released to enjoy it on a non-Nexus smartphone, Google is partnering with carriers and hardware partners to ensure that devices will receive timely updates. […]